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Ad Tech Companies Rely on Internap’s Bare-Metal Servers to Meet Real-Time Performance Demands of Big Data Workloads

Ad Tech Companies Rely on Internap’s Bare-Metal Servers to Meet Real-Time Performance Demands of Big Data Workloads

Internap bare metal delivers high performance, low latency and cost-efficiency for ad tech companies processing more than one trillion ad requests monthly ATLANTA – October 9, 2014 – Leading advertising technology companies are turning to Internap’s (Nasdaq: INAP) bare-metal servers to meet the real-time performance and big data analytics requirements of ad platforms and exchanges. Companies like AudienceScience, eXelate, Taptica,…

Hong Kong’s Pro-Democracy Protests Shed Light on Mesh Networking and the Internet of Things

Hong Kong’s Pro-Democracy Protests Shed Light on Mesh Networking and the Internet of Things

Protests Shed Light on Mesh Networking and the Internet of Things It’s been almost impossible to avoid news about the ongoing protests in Hong Kong in recent weeks. The population is demanding greater democracy and autonomy from China – something that was supposedly safeguarded for fifty years after the UK handed control of the principality…

Is HR Failing To Capitalize On Big Data?

Is HR Failing To Capitalize On Big Data?

Big data might seem like an HR buzzword, but it is one that will not go away – and one that HR should not ignore. The phrase refers to the huge volumes of data being generated in the modern world, and how we use it. Unfortunately, it appears as if […] Read the source article…

Could Virtual Reality Revitalize the Economy?

Could Virtual Reality Revitalize the Economy?

In 1995 I tried to raise venture capital for the world’s first Internet advertising company, and couldn’t find a single investor. No one had ever heard of the World Wide Web, and nobody believed it would take off. Fast forward four years and venture investors were falling all over each other trying to fund anything…

FBI Pays Visit to Researcher Who Revealed Yahoo Hack

FBI Pays Visit to Researcher Who Revealed Yahoo Hack

Jonathan Hall was trying to help the internet. Earlier this week, the 29-year-old hacker and security consultant revealed that someone had broken into machines running inside several widely used internet services, including Yahoo, WinZip, and Lycos. But he may have gone too far. Hall—the president of a security firm called Future South Technologies—went out of…

The Big Data bounty: U.S. startups challenge agribusiness giants

The Big Data bounty: U.S. startups challenge agribusiness giants

MAPLE PARK Ill. (Reuters) – Chris Gould’s combine cab is loaded like the cockpit of a fighter jet he used to fly as he harvests soybeans in northern Illinois, steered by satellites, four video screens glowing with up to minute updates about his crop and the work’s progress. Read the source article at reuters.com

Business boot camp for budding startups

Business boot camp for budding startups

Creating the next Uber or Facebook may be the dream of many tech entrepreneurs, but it’s only a small band that ever get to make it happen. Read the source article at CNN.com International

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